The study was authored by Renata Guzzo, Xingyu Wang, Juan Madera, and JéAnna Abbott.
A new study from the University of Cambridge found that office or administrative-based jobs might be linked to a lower risk of poor cognition by late-adulthood.
New research demonstrates the need for businesses to place more women in senior leadership positions and on the boards.
The Kansas-based research team comprehensively looked at the expectations of mobile media use, manager policy, and task acknowledgment during workplace meetings.
A Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute study found that women in tech are at a higher likelihood of promotion compared to their male counterparts.
In their study, Princeton researchers uncovered that just two days of intervention led to more women publishing papers and retaining their role in academia.
A research team at Penn State examined the impact certain content on social media has on job candidacy in the U.S.